Operencia: The Stolen Sun launched on PC and consoles earlier this year in March, but now it’s coming to VR headsets as well.
As revealed in our UploadVR Showcase: Summer Edition, Zen Studio’s Operencia: The Stolen Sun is coming to virtual reality soon. Zen Studios describe the game as a “homage to classic first-person dungeon-crawler” that uses a turn-based combat system and is set in “a faraway land referenced in countless Central European folktales.” The world of Operencia features a mix of mythological and fantasical version of historical locations, and you can see some of those in the new trailer for the VR version, embedded below.
There’s some really stunning environments and the game has a beautiful art style that perfectly treads the line between a classic fantasy feel and a new modern take. You can see some of the enemies and bosses in the trailer as well, which also shows a bit of how the turn-based RPG combat system will play out. There will also be puzzles involved as well, ticking all those classic dungeon crawler boxes
In terms of platforms, the end of the trailer lists PlayStation VR and SteamVR, along with an Oculus logo. Whether this mean the game is also coming to Quest is unknown, but we hope so. Given the PSVR release, it seems that a Quest release would be possible as well, so we’ll just have to wait and see.
There’s no set release date yet either, except that the VR version is ‘coming soon’, so keep an ear out for more news on that front.
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